Fayetteville is jolly year-round, but it takes on an extra-special sparkle when the holiday season arrives. To help you make the most of your time here in the city while the holiday magic lasts, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite events and experiences coming up. Whether you’re planning for a family visit, going out on a date night, enjoying a solo adventure, or getting the kids out of the house -- Fayetteville’s got something cheerful for you.
For the first time in Razorback Stadium history, a major musical act will be openly performing for the public -- and you just might’ve heard of him.
Families and children are invited to enjoy a film screening -- in Spanish! -- of Coco, presented by the Fayetteville Public Library and Experience Fayetteville.
Fayetteville is full of the funky vibes and folks that make for fantastic shopping! There are artists, makers, independent shops, quirky items, and fun food around every corner, so whether you’re looking for something upscale, boutique, unique, handmade, or just downright weird, you’re almost guaranteed to find it in Fayetteville.
There’s a fun new holiday race coming to Fayetteville this winter for runners and walkers to look forward to! The inaugural and aptly named White Elephant 5K will be held on Saturday, December 11.
Chamber Music on the Mountain is putting the spotlight on some local musicians and you’re invited! Catch the Ozark Wind Quintet in an intimate performance at Mount Sequoyah Center on Sunday, November 21 at 3:00 pm.
This Thanksgiving Day, before you gather to feast, gather to move your feet! There’s a new race in town, perfect for starting a new family tradition.
The jolliest run in Fayetteville is back, so bust out your flashiest holiday garb, your ugliest seasonal sweater, and your favorite Santa hat! It’s time to get ready for the 9th Annual Jingle Bell Jog 5K & Children’s Fun Run.
A world-renowned songwriter and guitarist is headed to Fayetteville for a solo performance! Richard Thompson will perform an acoustic set with local Fayetteville musician Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster on November 20.
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